Exploring the 11 miles of trails at the Sharon Audubon Center affords visitors the opportunity to experience diverse wildlife habitats, which are home to a wide variety of plants, birds, and animals such as Bobcat, Beaver, River Otter, and Whitetail Deer. The Chestnut-sided Warbler, Ovenbird, and Wood Thrush, among other neotropical migratory birds, breed in our woods in the summer while many other migratory birds use the property as a layover point during their long migrations.
Visitors are welcome to explore our center's trails, gardens, and view the aviaries, daily from sunrise to sunset with a suggested donation: $3 adults, $1.50 children 12 & under, and $1.50 seniors 65 & older.
Visitors are also welcome to walk the Pond Loop Trail at the Miles Wildlife Audubon Sanctuary— open daily from sunrise to sunset.
**Please Note - #2 Woodchuck Trail is closed until further notice.**
- Hendrickson Bog Meadow Trail
- Woodchuck Trail (CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)
- Oak Trail
- Fern Trail
- Hazelnut Trail
- Hal Borland Trail
- Deer Trail
- Ford Trail
- Herb Garden
- Visitor Center